As we now know, Seattle Public Schools refuses to call them "Easter Eggs" (preferring the nonreligious, although geometrically misnamed, "Spring Spheres"), which has summoned the hellwrath of Christians.

Today school officials posted this announcement: "Seattle Public Schools has been receiving numerous questions regarding the District's policy on the celebration of religious holidays. We have a 'Religion and Religious Accommodation' policy, approved by the School Board in 1983, stating that 'no religious belief or non-belief should be promoted by the School District or its employees, and none should be disparaged.'"

So there you have it: Christians are pissed and schools won't budge on their policy. And yeah, yeah, they aren't really spherical, the policy is all well and good, and colored springtime eggs have been around forever... but still, they're Easter eggs.